## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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We also assume the presence of an induction B so that there will be a

through the surface S enclosed by C. If we arbitrarily choose a sense of traversal

about C as indicated by the arrow, this will define the direction of the element of ...

We also assume the presence of an induction B so that there will be a

**flux**4»through the surface S enclosed by C. If we arbitrarily choose a sense of traversal

about C as indicated by the arrow, this will define the direction of the element of ...

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a-,-$ Mr,) . dsj = ^ f> -*-£— ± (17-44) circuit Cj, then the

will be given by (16-23) and (16-10) as *k^j = $_A*(r,-) • ds, = 7^$$ -*— j ^ We

see that the

factor ...

a-,-$ Mr,) . dsj = ^ f> -*-£— ± (17-44) circuit Cj, then the

**flux**through C, due to Ckwill be given by (16-23) and (16-10) as *k^j = $_A*(r,-) • ds, = 7^$$ -*— j ^ We

see that the

**flux**through C is proportional to the current Ik in Ck. If we give thisfactor ...

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If the coil is tightly wound on the solenoid surface, we can take the cross-

sectional area of it to be approximately the same as that of the solenoid, S. Then

since BS is normal to the plane of S, the

BSS ...

If the coil is tightly wound on the solenoid surface, we can take the cross-

sectional area of it to be approximately the same as that of the solenoid, S. Then

since BS is normal to the plane of S, the

**flux**per turn of the coil will be $tunl =BSS ...

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